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National Training Center: Ultimate in Land Warfare Training (Firepower Pictorials Special 2008)
By Greg Stewart
Publisher: Concord Publications 1992 88 Pages
PDF 50 MB
In 1981, the U.S. Army opened the National Training Center (NTC) at Fort Irwin, located in the Mojave Desert of Southern California.
Due to the increased range, speed and lethality of modern weapons systems, training areas once considered adequate for entire Army divisions are nov-y barely sufficient to accommodate brigade or even battalion-sized units.
At the NTC. in an area of almost 1 ,000 square miles of open desert terrain, the U.S. Army has constructed the world's most sophisticated and realistic battlefield. The NTC has facilities to conduct both day and night, large scale combined arms training for brigades and regiments. It conducts 1 A training cycles annually for brigade-sized elements from armored and mechanized divisions throughout the continental United States.